The Ibm Think Tool Monitors Technological Breakthroughs

By: Jordy E  - Published: Aug 1, 2012 • References: ibm & gizmodo
The latest IBM Think application charts the gradual development of critical technological breakthroughs. Metal detectors, space travel and data processing are only some of the topics covered here, many of which even hark back to situations that occurred during the dark ages.

This smartphone tool points out that while past occurrences may not have brought about modern day tools, they nonetheless inspired their eventual creation and mastery. The undertaking is an offshoot of IBM Think’s New York-based exhibit, and has since spawned this highly interactive digital concept. Users of the application can explore the history of various inventions via short HD videos and graphic charts, two features that will be especially relevant to visual learners. Stats for Backtracking Smartphone Applications Trending: Older & Chilly
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